posted on Jun, 29 2012 @ 10:54 AM
I'm not against the concept per se, but I'm against the way it's implemented. I am not against the government implementing programs to help people
who need it.
First of all, it's the government meddling in things that it shouldn't be meddling in.
In short, it's telling people that they have to get health care, and they have no choice but o pay for it one way or another. If you don't pay for
it, you will be fined.
That's nothing more than extortion.
And the problem is that it's forcing people to do this.
And I don't see why people are okay with that.
And yes, I feel the same way about car insurance.
People shouldn't have to be forced to pay for something they don't want.
And most people just don't want this.
Basically, it's the government bullying people into submission.
And the real reason? When you trace the money, somebody will get rich off of it. Which is what this is really all about. It's not about helping
people, it's all about the government increasing it's power and helping the rich people get even richer.
Because let's face it, it will hurt a lot of people because a lot of people just can't afford it.
If a person is making only $1,500 dollars, a fine or a payment of several hundred dollars is a big hit out of their paycheck.
And to top it off, many more people who will be paying into it will never benefit from it.
These are my issues with it.
This is not truly for helping people.
It's just another scam by the rich to get even richer.
So I will no longer call it the United States Of America, but the Looted States of America. It's supposed to be a government for the people and by
the people, not just a select few elitist snobs who care nothing for anybody else but their own interests.